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Cosplay: Haruhi Suzumiya

Thursday 3rd November 2011


Roving photographer Paul Jacques snaps another cosplay gem

Haruhi Suzumiya Cosplay

Costumer Georgina Craddock rocks out as Haruhi Suzumiya in this bunny-girl guitar set-up. Stranger things have happened in the fan favourite franchise, and it's just about to get stranger with this month's release of a bunch of new comedy shorts, presenting the characters as squashed down, "super-deformed" versions of themselves. The box also includes the Nyoron! Churuya-san shorts, originated as a fan-made 4-panel parody, but animated professionally by popular demand.

The Melancholy Of Haruhi-Chan Suzumiya & Nyoron! Churuya-san Collection 2 is out now on UK DVD from Manga Entertainment.

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The Melancholy Of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya & Nyoron!

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A comical spin-off of epic proportions
The Melancholy of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya
In these animated short episodes, based on the comical spin-off manga, the characters are presented in cute little versions of themselves and focus each of their unique quirks. Haruhi is even more outrageous with her twisted understanding of Valentine’s Day and Halloween, Mikuru is just as clueless as ever and Yuki is an ero-game addict.
Nyoron! Churuya-san
There comical shorts were originally a fan drawn 4-panel parody manga and due to its underground success, chosen to be animated. Follow the whimsical adventures of Churuya-san (based on the character, Tsuruya-san) on her quest for her favourite food, smoked cheese.

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